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Catalan lawyer: UEFA and FIFA may fight back, the European Super League legal proceedings are not over yet

Catalan lawyer: UEFA and FIFA may fight back, the European Super League legal proceedings are not over yet SportsTalk On December 22, the Court of Justice of the European Union made a ruling on the case of FIFA and UEFA’s alleged monopoly of European football. UEFA United and FIFA violated EU antitrust laws and the European Super League was established

SportsTalk December 22: The Court of Justice of the European Union made a ruling on the case of FIFA and UEFA suspected of monopolizing European football. UEFA and FIFA violated EU antitrust laws. The European Super League Their approval is not required for the formation of the league. According to Catalan lawyer Albert Poch, in an interview with Ser Radio, UEFA and FIFA may launch a counterattack.

“The EU Court of Justice means that FIFA and UEFA have abused their monopoly position in world football and only announced sanctions This measure is restricting competition, and they are resisting new competitors from entering the market. FIFA and UEFA cannot do this due to conflicts of interest, and new competitions can be born without FIFA’s authorization.”

“Now, UEFA, FIFA and other injured parties may fight back legally, and legal proceedings are still It is not over. Both Florentino and Laporta stated in the press release that they would insist on open competitions, but in fact, their competitions are still closed. This is very questionable, and the original plan of the European Super League was It was a closed league and they prevented other clubs from participating, which made their base quite fragile, so one of the lessons they learned was that they had to open up the competition.”

“UEFA cannot ban players from participating in the European Cup, World Cup and other competitions, and it is obviously inappropriate to impose sanctions on players participating in the European Super League. Therefore, this ruling is a historic moment and may Changing the football world, all judges in Spain participated in this process, and almost all EU countries participated, which was rare in the past.”

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